ACT ONEScene iOctober \th, 1936.The basement of the Kahns house in the East End of London.The room is warm and lived in. Afire is burning. One door, at the back and left of the room, leads to a bedroom. A window, left, looksup to the street. To the right is another door which leads to a kitchen,which is seen. At rear of stage are the stairs leading up into thestreet.Sarah Kahn is in the kitchen washing up, humming to herself She is a small, fiery woman, aged 37, fewish and of Europeanorigin. Her movements indicate great energy and vitality. She is avery warm person. Harry Kahn, her husband, comes down thestairs, walks past her and into the front room. He is 35 and also aEuropean few. He is dark, slight, rather pleasant looking, and theantithesis of Sarah. He is amiable but weak. From outside we hear a band playing a revolutionary song.sarah (from the kitchen). You took the children to Lottie's?harry (taking up book to read). I took them.sarah. They didn't mind?